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The two Bangor acta the M'Cann School of Irish Dancing and Mrs. Betty MTlwalne and tho Harmonlqw— who will taka part in to-night’s television programme “Top Town Parade” at Mmn- charter, photographed before leaving Belfast on Saturday night.

The two Bangor acta the M'Cann School of Irish Dancing and Mrs. Betty MTlwalne and tho Harmonlqw— who will taka part in to-night’s television programme “Top Town Parade” at Mmn- charter, photographed before leaving Belfast on Saturday night.

Tea price may rise when stocks are exhausted Although the tea trade expects general rise In prices—Typhoo, the Birmingham firm, has increased the price 8d a poundit is widely believed that the housewife will not be affected until present stocks are exhausted. Not all tea merchan
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON LETTER NEW YEAR HOPES (From our own correspondent) 85. FLEET STREET, LONDON, 8.C.4., Sunday Night Mr Be var^c ou!d

LONDON LETTER NEW YEAR HOPES (From our own correspondent) 85. FLEET STREET, LONDON, 8.C.4., Sunday Night Mr Be var^c ou!d

The latte bably well aware that wPri la coming. He th to combine hie new t stralnt and moderation »nh fire and furv , .affection and adm!ra«on ? lh * rank and file in the of «>* clever enough to do iust that knowing Mr. Bevan. lt m av V IJt ' will succumb sometlmS .r temptation
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
plan to-day

plan to-day

WASHINGTON, Sunday. PRESIDENT Eisenhower will meet his Congressional lieutenants to-morrow to discuss what Is becoming known the Elsenhower plan for peace in the Middle Bast. Under the plan the President Is authoritatively reported to be thinking of asking Congress for stand-by
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REGENT THIS WEEK Daily from 1-15 DOUBLE FEATURE HOLIDAY PROGRAMME Randolph Johnny SCOTT 7th CAVALRY WEISSMULLER DEVIL GODDESS (Technicolor) Thundering

REGENT THIS WEEK Daily from 1-15 DOUBLE FEATURE HOLIDAY PROGRAMME Randolph Johnny SCOTT 7th CAVALRY WEISSMULLER DEVIL GODDESS (Technicolor) Thundering

with action in hostile Indian territory at 1-15, 3-55, 6-3 S, 9-15 Thrills and adventure in the jungle-land of Devil-worshippers 2-30, 5-10, 7-50
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OMACH FATSTOCK SALES TO-MORROW WEDNESDAY. 2nd JANUARY. 1957. «t o'clock 910 FAT LAMBS AND SHEEP R. B. HOLM IS, AuetionMr

OMACH FATSTOCK SALES TO-MORROW WEDNESDAY. 2nd JANUARY. 1957. «t o'clock 910 FAT LAMBS AND SHEEP R. B. HOLM IS, AuetionMr

and Livmtock Salesman, OMACH. Telcpfcone: Oma(h 59. ULSTER TRUST, LTD. S«, ANN ST, BELFAST. Taltphon* 04683 T OANB— Vit, ud upwards (with without arrurttyl. Brandi 76. BRIDGE STREET, PORT ADOWN. Ueanaas Uonsvlandera. LOANS. can £lO,OOO. With without ucurity. NORTHERN IRISH TRUST
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Monty

Monty

31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Home Secretary told

Home Secretary told

“I thought the charges serious enough to see the Home Secretary personally about them, and in view of that he arranged for me to take Mrs. Richardson to the Home Office, where he saw his private secretary, who interviewed Mrs. Richardson. “ He then sent a report of that intervie
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Now, therefore, 1. The Rlrht Honourable W. W. B. TOPPING, Q.C., Minister of Home Affairs, in exercise tbe power vested

Now, therefore, 1. The Rlrht Honourable W. W. B. TOPPING, Q.C., Minister of Home Affairs, in exercise tbe power vested

in me the said Regulation g and of every other power me thereunto enabling do hereby order that the said orders shall remain in full force and effect until the 31st day Of DECEMBER, 1959. Given under my hand at Belfast this twenty-eighth day of December, Nineteen hundred and Fif
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Northern Inland Annual Review Readers of the “Belfast News-Letter” on January 4, 1951, will receive a free copy of the

Northern Inland Annual Review Readers of the “Belfast News-Letter” on January 4, 1951, will receive a free copy of the

Northern Ireland Annual Review. The Review, which will be published as a supplement to the “Belfast News-Letter,” will comprise 82 pages’ of articles and photographs covering many spheres of Ulster life In 1858. Extra copies the issue of January t. together with the Review, may
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Appeals

Appeals

Now let us go back to rates. Members of the Corporation will advocate scheme, because It will cost only a penny in the £. Whereas formerly a penny rate yielded approximately £13,500 In Belfast, It will bring in just over £20,000 on the new valuation—a difference nearly £7,000, w
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland